fixer-upper under $100k: Shelbyville, IN
fixer-upper: $42k in Topeka KS

Fixer-Upper under $100k listings

Sure, a lot of these may not be in cities anywhere near where you live, but who can deny the appeal of a gorgeous, well-maintained hardwood floor in a 1916 bungalow ... for $75,000? Add a few acres of land and original leaded glass to that, and you may be tempted to move to a small town in the Midwest.

Real estate agents: got a listing that fits? Send it to us, but remember the rules: price MUST be under $100k, and the house must either be a Craftsman bungalow or something of an at least vaguely-related historic style (i.e., Prairie, Spanish Revival, Victorian, etc.).